It looks like LeBron James can't win 'em all. The NBA icon listed his traditional Los Angeles estate — through David Offer from Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties — for $20.5 million after purchasing it in 2015 for $20,986,500.
The L.A. Lakers player is no longer in need of his enormous Brentwood mansion since he purchased a Beverly Hills compound last September for $36.75 million.
And while the listing price is considered to be a loss, we have a feeling James will be ok, as he's reportedly worth close to $1 billion, according to TMZ.
James' home is not only known for its impeccable views and luxurious design, but it also happens to be just a few blocks away from where O.J. Simpson lived at the time when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered.
Scroll through to see James' remarkable Brentwood home.
The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom traditional estate, which is situated in the upscale Rockingham Rim area, is set behind towering redwoods, tall gates and hedges.
The grand 9,440 square foot estate offers two oversized livings rooms and four masonry fireplaces, as well as floor to ceiling windows that offer impeccable views of the rolling lawns.
James' stunning gourmet kitchen offers marble countertops, a large breakfast island with seating and top-of-the-line appliances.
Between the high ceiling and massive space, the grandiose dining room can certainly fit all the players from the NBA.
The primary suite is the ultimate oasis with a private balcony, seating area, fireplace and two master closets.
What a view. The soaking tub and balcony emphasize the tranquility that is felt throughout the abode.
The backyard is the ultimate spot for entertaining. The new owner will have the perfect space to host the most upscale gatherings on their resort-like grounds — which include a pool, hot tub, cabana and stunning views that overlook the Holmby Hills.
The indoor-outdoor flow of the luxurious house is ideal for any buyer looking to enjoy the ultimate California lifestyle.